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Old 06-26-2009, 01:28 PM
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Default TT short shifter via ECS

I plan on getting the TT short shift kit from ecs and I was wondering if anyone has done this or had any problems with it. I always wanna check what I'm getting myself into when I order new things hah
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Seems pretty easy, remove air box amd surrounding parts and it is sitting right on top there...adjusting might be a bit difficult if you have not done before, but i do not know.
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Really tight shifting and no chintzy 3rd 4th and 5th gears likea lot of different shifters...the only shifter I'd say is better for the money is the dieselgeek sigma 5 short shift
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